What To Expect Series – Moving Head

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Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

8 Responses to “What To Expect Series – Moving Head”

  1. Ok Paul,
    I thought I got the golf swing and how it worked as far as keeping your swing or wrists loose and loading on right instep and starting with lower body first on downswing but I seem to be just hitting a wall lately.my drives don’t seem to be hit very good or 2nd shots aren’t working.i seem to be at odds with my grip,I can’t get comfortable in just one position.i am getting arthritis in both my thumbs in lower wrist area but what gets me more is when in your hand position videos to put right hand,I am right handed,in a weak position at address.so does the right hand just along for the ride or what exactly is the role of it besides guiding the club?thanks Chris

    • Chris,

      You are trying to take the power out of your right hand so your wrists act as a hinge. That is all our arm unit is doing. It is hinging. It is re-hinging. You are not hitting anything. For this to happen you need a neutral grip. This will give you a chance to keep the wrists loose. If your grip is strong why would you want loose wrists. If they were loose you would hook everything. To not do this you would tighten your wrists, aim right, or slide. Why not just get a neutral grip. Then you can keep them loose without other flaws in your swing.

      So think you need to start there. You need to get a grip that is going to work and no matter how bad it feels or where the ball goes, keep doing it. I just did this tip the other day.

      Get the grip, then set up then work on the lessons in the DASHBOARD on the 1st slide under FULL SWING in that exact order.

  2. Hi Pat. Over the weekend I played a round and hit my irons on the back nine better than i could remember. Concentrating on starting the right hip first on the downswing seemed to flatten my approach to the ball. The divots were much shallower and straight. The 17th hole is a par 3 about 170 yards over water. My 5 iron shot went right over the pin stopping about 25 feet long. Unfortunately,I 3 putted but the perfectly straight 5 iron shot eased my pain. Starting the downswing without moving the arms certainly eliminates a lot of problems.

    Thanks, Ron

    • Ron,

      Great. Sounds like you are starting to get it.

      Now, you just have to keep doing it. Funny how people with no downswing trigger think they are going to play great golf. It called trigger because it triggers your swing.

  3. June 3, 2015


    When I’m at the range practicing or warming up, my head definitely moves to the right, and the ball striking is so good and crisp. But when I play, I don’t feel like I move my head to the right because I don’t trust it. It’s something I need to ingrain in my swing and stick with it. A timely tip, Paul. Thanks.

    • Ted,

      Exactly. You don’t trust it. So when you go to play just slow down a little. You have to not care about the ball and care about making the changes. Once you do them a few times you will latch on to them and keep doing them.


      How To Take Your Swing From The Range To The Course: https://ignitiongolf.com/swing-range/
      What To Think About When You Play: https://ignitiongolf.com/what-to-think-when-playing/
      Steps To Take It To The Course: https://ignitiongolf.com/taking-it-to-course-steps/

      • Seem to be hitting a lot of thin shots but straight ipurchase the ultimate swing trainer hope it works I’m 6,2 tall I think I just need to slow down a little I always do the swing drill with out the ball I feel like I’m not staying down at Impact but like I said they do go straight

        • If you’re hitting shots thin then slow down and start to loosen up. When working on these drills; hit shots off of a tee and then slowly lower the tee. This will help making some good contact with the golf ball and gain some confidence. Slowing down will be a huge key to building a better golf swing.

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